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take the covers off the burners and look, the jets are near the burners, small wrench to turn them out and replace with the other jets. the oven is a different story, and depending on you model may not even have jets that can be replaced, rather you adjust the one jet that's in there by turning it with a wrench (you should have gotten a book that helps with this)

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Convert lp natural gas


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Unit goes under sure heat name also.
My unit emitted unburnt gas smell the minute pilot started,
and was annoying during burner operation.
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You need to order a gas valve conversion kit (from nat to propane), propane pilot orifice and propane burner orifice,
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Your local gas company or propane company should be able to get you the right orifice

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